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READING AND WRITING
2ND SEMESTER
LESSON 4:HYPERTEXT AND INTERTEXT
SHS
Department
READING AND WRITING
2nd SEMESTER
LESSON 4: HYPERTEXT AND
INTERTEXT
READING AND WRITING
2nd SEMESTER
After going through this module, you are expected to:
 1. Understand the concept of hypertext and intertextuality;
 2. Obtain information in a customized way through hypertext;
 3. Determine the key elements of intertextuality;
 4. Differentiate intertext from other types of text development;
and
 5. Identify hypertext and intertext as methods of text development.
INTRODUCTION
Reading and writing does not only mean
perceiving the world around us. The process of
perceiving embodies the relationship of a text and
another text.
Likewise, it deals with reading from the viewpoint
of a research question and actively using what you
read to develop your own analysis and
argumentation and eventually collect materials that
you can use in your own writing.
INTRODUCTION
Reading and writing go beyond finding the linkage of
the evidence and corresponding texts and identifying
and interpreting possible uncertainties and flaws in the
reasoning of the author. It also means understanding
that texts are always developed with a certain context,
thus its meaning and interpretation are affected by a
given set of circumstances.
Moreover, reading now involves a relatively new
way of reading a text online as brought by the advent
of the internet and technology.
What is Hypertext?
Hypertext is a non-linear way to present
information and is usually accomplished using
“links”. Such links help the readers navigate
further information about the topic being
discussed and may also lead to other links that
can direct the readers to various options.
Hypertext also allows the readers to create their
meaning out of the material given to them and
learn better associatively.
Non-linear text is a text combined
with the visual elements. They are
determined by the reader. This means
the reader is be able to choose his /
her own reading paths. The examples
of non-linear are chart, graph, map,
poster, etc.
What is Hypertext?
Hypertext is text displayed on a computer display or
other electronic devices with references to other text that
the reader can immediately access.
Hypertext documents are interconnected by hyperlinks,
which are typically activated by a mouse click, keypress
set or by touching the screen. Rather than remaining static
like traditional text, hypertext makes possible a dynamic
organization of information through links and connections
(called hyperlink).
The World Wide Web (www) is a global hypertext
Hyperlink or simply a link is a digital reference to
data that the user can follow or be guided to by clicking
or tapping. A hyperlink points to a whole document or to
a specific element within a document.
What is Hypertext?
Hypertext is the foundation of the World Wide Web
enabling users to click on the link to obtain more
information on a subsequent page on the same site
or from a website anywhere in the world.
The term hypertext was coined by Ted Nelson in
1963.
What is Hypertext?
Hypertext allows readers to access information
particularly suited to their needs. For example, if a
reader still needs more background on a particular
item that a text is discussing, such as when a reader
does not know a particular term being used, the
reader can choose to highlight that term and access
a page that defines the term and describes it.
Conversely, a Uniform Resource Locator (URL), colloquially
termed a web address, is a reference to a web resource that
specifies its location on a computer network and a mechanism for
retrieving it. URLs occur most commonly to reference web pages
(http), but are also used for file transfer (ftp), email (mailto),
database access (JDBC),
and many other applications.
Most web browsers display the URL of a web page above the
page in an address bar. A typical URL has this form:
Today, links are not just limited to text or
documents but may also incorporate
other forms of multimedia such as
pictures, sounds and videos that
stimulate more senses.
This is called hypermedia.
Why hypertexts?
 In a hypertext system, the reader is free to navigate
information by exploring the connections provided.
 Hypertext is a very different way of presenting information
than the usual linear form.
 Text no longer flows in a straight line through a book.
Instead, it is broken down into many smaller units (lexias, to
borrow a term from literary criticism), each addressing a
few issues
 It acts as a bridge between two basic, opposite, and
complementing elements that
may be called gender of knowledge representation: free
Going Webby!
Direction:
 Begin your linking sentence by writing the topic/s your teacher gave you in the search engine.
 Next, start reading about the topic that you will find in the URL (website).
 Lastly, list down the name of the link and its corresponding URL if you decide to click on a
particular link.
READING AND WRITING
2nd SEMESTER
LESSON 4: INTERTEXT
What is Intertext?
Intertextuality or intertext is one method
of text development that enables the
author to make another text based on
another text. It happens when some
properties of an original text are
incorporated in the text that is created by
another author.
Make me Right
Direction: Rearrange the jumbled letters to decode the needed
words. After doing so, put these words together inside the box
below to unlock the meaning of the given term.
Intertext or intertextuality is technically
defined as a process of text development that
merges two more processes such as imitation
and creation in doing a text.
It involves imitation because the author, as
highly influenced by another author comes up
with his version of the text consciously or
unconsciously incorporating the style and
other characteristics of the text done by that
author.
Elaboration on Intertextuality
Intertextuality has its roots in the work of a
Swiss linguist Ferdinand de Saussure (1857-
1913). Meanwhile, the term itself was first
used by Bulgarian-French philosopher and
psychoanalyst Julia Kristeva in the 1960s.
Intertextuality is said to take place using four
specific methods namely: retelling, pastiche,
quotation, and allusion.
relationship
allusion
parody
restatement
allusion

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Reading and Writing Skills 11 quarter 4 melc 1

  • 1. READING AND WRITING 2ND SEMESTER LESSON 4:HYPERTEXT AND INTERTEXT SHS Department
  • 2. READING AND WRITING 2nd SEMESTER LESSON 4: HYPERTEXT AND INTERTEXT
  • 3. READING AND WRITING 2nd SEMESTER After going through this module, you are expected to:  1. Understand the concept of hypertext and intertextuality;  2. Obtain information in a customized way through hypertext;  3. Determine the key elements of intertextuality;  4. Differentiate intertext from other types of text development; and  5. Identify hypertext and intertext as methods of text development.
  • 4. INTRODUCTION Reading and writing does not only mean perceiving the world around us. The process of perceiving embodies the relationship of a text and another text. Likewise, it deals with reading from the viewpoint of a research question and actively using what you read to develop your own analysis and argumentation and eventually collect materials that you can use in your own writing.
  • 5. INTRODUCTION Reading and writing go beyond finding the linkage of the evidence and corresponding texts and identifying and interpreting possible uncertainties and flaws in the reasoning of the author. It also means understanding that texts are always developed with a certain context, thus its meaning and interpretation are affected by a given set of circumstances. Moreover, reading now involves a relatively new way of reading a text online as brought by the advent of the internet and technology.
  • 6.
  • 7. What is Hypertext? Hypertext is a non-linear way to present information and is usually accomplished using “links”. Such links help the readers navigate further information about the topic being discussed and may also lead to other links that can direct the readers to various options. Hypertext also allows the readers to create their meaning out of the material given to them and learn better associatively.
  • 8. Non-linear text is a text combined with the visual elements. They are determined by the reader. This means the reader is be able to choose his / her own reading paths. The examples of non-linear are chart, graph, map, poster, etc.
  • 9. What is Hypertext? Hypertext is text displayed on a computer display or other electronic devices with references to other text that the reader can immediately access. Hypertext documents are interconnected by hyperlinks, which are typically activated by a mouse click, keypress set or by touching the screen. Rather than remaining static like traditional text, hypertext makes possible a dynamic organization of information through links and connections (called hyperlink). The World Wide Web (www) is a global hypertext
  • 10. Hyperlink or simply a link is a digital reference to data that the user can follow or be guided to by clicking or tapping. A hyperlink points to a whole document or to a specific element within a document.
  • 11. What is Hypertext? Hypertext is the foundation of the World Wide Web enabling users to click on the link to obtain more information on a subsequent page on the same site or from a website anywhere in the world. The term hypertext was coined by Ted Nelson in 1963.
  • 12. What is Hypertext? Hypertext allows readers to access information particularly suited to their needs. For example, if a reader still needs more background on a particular item that a text is discussing, such as when a reader does not know a particular term being used, the reader can choose to highlight that term and access a page that defines the term and describes it.
  • 13. Conversely, a Uniform Resource Locator (URL), colloquially termed a web address, is a reference to a web resource that specifies its location on a computer network and a mechanism for retrieving it. URLs occur most commonly to reference web pages (http), but are also used for file transfer (ftp), email (mailto), database access (JDBC), and many other applications. Most web browsers display the URL of a web page above the page in an address bar. A typical URL has this form:
  • 14. Today, links are not just limited to text or documents but may also incorporate other forms of multimedia such as pictures, sounds and videos that stimulate more senses. This is called hypermedia.
  • 15. Why hypertexts?  In a hypertext system, the reader is free to navigate information by exploring the connections provided.  Hypertext is a very different way of presenting information than the usual linear form.  Text no longer flows in a straight line through a book. Instead, it is broken down into many smaller units (lexias, to borrow a term from literary criticism), each addressing a few issues  It acts as a bridge between two basic, opposite, and complementing elements that may be called gender of knowledge representation: free
  • 16. Going Webby! Direction:  Begin your linking sentence by writing the topic/s your teacher gave you in the search engine.  Next, start reading about the topic that you will find in the URL (website).  Lastly, list down the name of the link and its corresponding URL if you decide to click on a particular link.
  • 17. READING AND WRITING 2nd SEMESTER LESSON 4: INTERTEXT
  • 18. What is Intertext? Intertextuality or intertext is one method of text development that enables the author to make another text based on another text. It happens when some properties of an original text are incorporated in the text that is created by another author.
  • 19. Make me Right Direction: Rearrange the jumbled letters to decode the needed words. After doing so, put these words together inside the box below to unlock the meaning of the given term.
  • 20. Intertext or intertextuality is technically defined as a process of text development that merges two more processes such as imitation and creation in doing a text. It involves imitation because the author, as highly influenced by another author comes up with his version of the text consciously or unconsciously incorporating the style and other characteristics of the text done by that author.
  • 21. Elaboration on Intertextuality Intertextuality has its roots in the work of a Swiss linguist Ferdinand de Saussure (1857- 1913). Meanwhile, the term itself was first used by Bulgarian-French philosopher and psychoanalyst Julia Kristeva in the 1960s. Intertextuality is said to take place using four specific methods namely: retelling, pastiche, quotation, and allusion.
  • 22.